Be a part of history.
The Osceola County Historical Society is a 501(c) 3 that was founded on October 29, 1949 by volunteers Charles and Twylah Hartley and Alma Hetherington looking to properly preserve artifacts and publish articles that would ensure Osceola County's heritage lived on for years to come. Today, OCHS has two locations, 13 staff members and a Board of Directors that collects and preserves the county's history. Every day we provide educational, research and recreational opportunities for the community and visitors alike so they can have an understanding and enjoyment of the area's cultural and natural heritage. Come and enjoy our museum displays, demonstrations, interpretive programs, most at no cost to the visitor.
Join us for a unique kind of Ladies' Night on Wednesday March 12th as we celebrate Osceola County quilts sippin' on our favorite spirits. Network with other women in Osceola County and check out some very old and new quilts as a part of our newest exhibit, "A Stich in Time", on display through June.
This event is free!
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We are in high spirits after 2014 Dine with the Departed!
Dine with the Departed was held for the fourth time on March 8, 2014 at Rose Hill Cemetery. This annual, ticketed event includes a silent auction, story-telling, a bbq dinner and the part everyone comes back for, a tour of Rose Hill Cemetery featuring live re-enactors of people in Osceola County's History. For more information on this event, visit www.osceolahistory.org. Browse photos from this year's event here!
Cover: 3rd Generation Big Boss, Scott Ramsey, shares his family ties to the biggest Rodeo east of the Mississippi, Silver Spurs.